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Ohhhhh -- I forgot about the experiment with roasting a whole head of cauliflower. Sure will absorb a lot of smoke.
been there - done that - have a t shirt somewhere
Finishing up at the office. Dinner in town tonight - then flying out to the Valley.
Thanks all for the recommendations and ideas. Will raise a glass to you at our first tasting...
My concern would not be the heat - rather the smoke. I have an outdoor kitchen under an extended roof, right outside the inside kitchen. I chose to place the Egg some distance away because of smoke. Worked for me - but then I do mostly fire and forget smokes.
Have seen lots of photo's of people who have egg's on a patio next to the house, must work out ok. If you don't have a natural breeze to clear the smoke, a fan might be useful.
What is this?
Ran to Sam's Club over lunch to pick up some turkey for the weekend cooking.
Browsing through the meat area ( which I love to do, but my wife doesn't understand) I found this. Right next the Boston Butts - the label read PORK CUSHION MEAT.
Was large, funny shaped. Any idea what this is?